eRecords Conference 2015: Implementing an Electronic Document Management System – A RIM Professional’s Guide

This is the fifth post of a multi-part recap of the 2015 e-Records Conference. Presentation materials from the e-Records Conference are available on the e-Records 2015 website. In today’s office environment, a whole host of factors drive the switch from paper to electronic records: the rapid increase in born digital and exclusive handling of many records…

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e-Records Conference 2015: ERDMS Program Overview: Department of Interior

This is the second post of a multi-part recap of the 2015 e-Records Conference. Presentation materials from the e-Records Conference are available on the e-Records 2015 website. At the 2015 e-Records Conference, Vice President of Information Governance for IQ Business Group (IQBG) Carol Brock explained how her company helps the Department of Interior effectively manage 1M-70M…

FAQ: Why Use a Disposition Log?

Texas law authorizes state agencies and local governments in compliance† to disposition a record under two conditions: (1) the record belongs to a record series on an approved records retention schedule and (2) its retention period has expired (Government Code §441.187; Local Government Records Act §202.001). As part of disposition, all Texas governments must use…

Body Camera Videos for Local Governments 101

  Senate Bill 158 (S.B. 158) took effect on September 1st of this year. This law amends Chapter 1701, subchapter N of the Occupations Code and authorizes Texas law enforcement agencies to apply for grants to help cover the costs of implementing a body camera program. Additionally, the law addresses some retention requirements for the video…